Intel’s Russian roadmap for Xeon processors has been leaked, confirming that Intel’s First Support for PCIe 4.0 was for the first time in this year’s Q4,based On the Whitley Platform’s Ice Lake-SP. The Whitley platform interface is LGA4189, but Cooperlake is already in use, but Cooperlake is only four- and eight-way markets, more niche, not much sound.
The Whitley platform is followed by the Eagle Stream platform, with an interface upgraded to the LGA4677, including two generations of products, Sapphire Rapids and Granite Rapids, which will also fully support DDR5 (eight channels) and PCIe 5.0 (50).
As for the new architecture mentioned in the roadmap, the Willow Cove CPU, up to 56 core 112 threads, the process is also 10nm plus.
Of course, the planning is good, considering AMD EPYC in the server market began to wind and water, do not rule out The possibility of Intel temporarily adjusting the product plan, of course, the principle is certainly around to become more competitive.